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Notes on Potentilla (Rosaceae) IX. New Species from Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran and Turkmeniya
Bd. 20, H. 1/2 (Feb. 28, 1991), pp. 117-124
Published by: Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem
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Four species and one subspecies of Potentilla, i.e. P. balkharica, P. carduchorum, P. daghestanica, P. gorganica and P. umbrosa subsp. decrescens are described as new to science and illustrated. P. carduchorum from SE Turkey is compared with P. radicosa, P. ruprechtii, P. pannosa and other species of sect. Persicae. P. daghestanica is related to P. multifida and P. balkharica is derived from the P. prostrata (P. nivea auct.) x P. sericea parentage. P. gorganica from NE Iran and the adjacent Turkmenian part of Kopet Dag belongs to the P. pedata - P. adscharica group.
Willdenowia © 1991 Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem